Eric D. Huntsman explains how "hard sayings," which can undeniably be a source of struggle in our lives, can also serve to deepen and strengthen our faith. Click here to view the speech.Support the show: https://ldsp-pay.ldschurch.org/donations/byu/byu-speeches.htmlSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Black Ramen & HBTKU are Calling all women of color! This panel is to let POC women know that a safe space is required to be ourselves. What we love fuels us to create, and we should be afforded security. Let's develop a better sense of community, pride, and confidence. Women of this industry will share their experiences to help create a safe space for POC women.
Join Francesco Lombardo for this week's Safe Space as he speaks with Ramia El Agamy, second generation CEO at Orbis Terra Media, editor-in-chief of Tharawat Magazine, and host of The Family Business Voice and Women in Family Business podcasts. Why does traditional governance need to evolve for family business to be successful? How have topics and concerns within family business changed? Ramia's one piece of advice to the Senior and NxtGen…forever is the most dangerous word in the family enterprise vocabulary. Nothing lasts forever, and nothing should last forever. That is okay, it is not failure, it is evolving. If you would like to keep up to date with all our insights, latest research and stories, click to subscribe to our "Veritage Insights Newsletter." (https://bit.ly/3JOd7Qq)
We have decided to bring a holiday miniseries to our listeners to provide a safe space this holiday season to discuss the tough or taboo subjects. We are joined with Kath Houston, Run Your Life Coach, to talk about being and supporting LGBTQ+ loved ones throughout the holidays. Visit our website – hardnopodcast.com – for show notes, which include links to books and other helpful resources. Like what you hear? Please subscribe, rate and review so others can find us, and make sure to follow us on social media. We're @hardnopodcast on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today, Carol the Coach will be interviewing the founder of Safe Space who created it as a resource for women who needed perspective and healing due to the destructive impacts of a romantic relationship. Having experienced an intensely destructive and confusing marriage, she knew how overwhelming, frightening, and heartbreaking it can be. She explains in our interview, "I left that marriage terrified, disoriented, and very, very broken. It took me a long time to put a lot of the pieces together- pieces that allowed me to not only make sense of the reality of what I had experienced, but also feel like I was healing personally. Through my professional work and personal life, I have since come into contact with so many other courageous and beautiful women whose lives have been turned upside down by destructive relationships. And I am amazed (and saddened) by how many of us there are! Every relationship and every individual is different, and experiencing destructive and confusing patterns in a relationship covers a tremendous breadth of lived experiences. That is why Safe Space is designed to empower women through teaching principles, providing tools, and also empowering women to see what is true—for themselves; to take back ownership of their own lives through engaging with their agency and sense of personal power. Safe Space will not tell you what to do in your relationship. It will lay out principles and patterns to help improve your awareness. It will help you differentiate between what healthy looks like, and destructive patterns to you and your relationship that need to be addressed."
We put together all of last week's Libs of Tik-Tok Content for all our friends who are banned from Twitter or refuse to use it. This week we got Teachers, Inanimate Objects, the Gender Binary, Looking between People's Legs, Trans Parents, Drag Teachers, Safe Spaces, and Fatphobia. WE POST DAILY! If you don't see us, check our other socials. If you got a favorite, we are most likely on it! The AllmyLinks has all of our Socials! - https://allmylinks.com/robisright
Es ist ein Thema, das (leider) einfach nicht an Aktualität verliert: Sexismus in der Spieleindustrie. Dieses Problem betrifft nicht nur internationale Branchengrößen, sondern ausdrücklich auch Deutschland, aber trotzdem wird es hierzulande kaum thematisiert. Die neu gegründete Initiative GAME:IN, ins Leben gerufen von sieben Frauen aus der Branche, möchte das endlich ändern. Mit den Gründungsmitgliedern Sophia Henning und Lena Laaser alias LLCupido spricht Nina über die ambitionierten Pläne der Gruppe, Safe Spaces, und die beständig wachsende Discord-Community.
Dylan Ayaloo (@dylanayaloo) is a Transformation Leader & world-class Yoga Teacher Trainer who has made it his mission is to open hearts & awaken minds. He's dedicated the last 15 years of his life to deep transformation work and has had the privilege of serving thousands of people on their journey to self-healing, & clearing out their blocks, so that they can realise their full potential and live what he likes to call your awakened life.WHAT WE CHAT ABOUT-How meditation doesn't have to be sitting still-What is found in the present moment-How you are not your thoughts-Building a thriving yoga studio business without business skills-The power of having a heart-centred ‘why'-Creating community -Holding a safe space for people to healHOSTS Adam Husler (@adamhusler) & Holly Husler (@iamhollyhusler). Follow us @thehuslersPERKS10% off Liforme yoga mats with affiliate code HUSLER (During Black Friday sale 5%)25% off our online platform with code THEHUSLERS25 (25% off single 12 month membership or reoccurring monthly membership until cancellation). Join at thehuslers.com
In this episode of Thick Threads, Persephanii reads about men admitting to the times when a woman made them "finish" WAAY too fast!! And for the Holidays, Cloud reads a funny thread about Thanksgiving FAILS!! Brace yourself, as Thick Threads takes you down some RANDOM rabbit hole in the most hilarious parts of the dark web!!
What are you doing as a leader to create a safe space for your people? It is crucial in these times for leaders to create safe spaces where their people can bring forth their feedback and concerns without fear. This helps them unload and feel heard and understood, which is, in turn, rewarding to the organization. In this episode of the Inspirational Leadership podcast, I speak with Farnoosh Brock, a passionate keynote speaker, high-energy trainer, published author, and the founder of the Serving Mindset. Her mission is to bring the Serving Mindset to professionals and leaders, shifting from driving our interest agendas to serving powerfully in our ecosystem. She believes this shift is key to building our future workplaces and cultures and taking care of our highest asset – our people. Listen in to learn the importance of centering the human element in the workplace for organizations to do right by their people. You will also learn the importance of working through your impostor syndrome to step into your power and own your expertise. Key Takeaways: The importance of the human element in the workplace for organizations to do right by their people. How to bring empathy and compassion into difficult conversations to create safe spaces in the workplace. How to build a feedback culture where people air their concerns and feel heard and understood. How to work through your impostor syndrome to step into your power and own your expertise. Standout Quotes: “The more successful I became in my career, the less fulfilled I was becoming on the inside.”– Farnoosh [2:06] “You can give some difficult feedback and still be compassionate; you separate the feedback from attacking the person.”– Farnoosh [19:00] ⇢ Get full show notes and more information here: https://bit.ly/FarnooshBrock
In the conclusion of this modern day scenario by Rina Haenze, our participants will discover that this program offers more than they bargained for. Will they finally confront their fears? Will they survive group therapy?Buy this scenario by Rina Haenze from DriveThruRPG.https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/416790/Safe-Space**Add our Patreon Feed to your Podcast App**https://open.acast.com/public/patreon/fanSubscribe/3607115This series is not suitable for listeners under the age of 18 and may contain material some people find disturbing.CONTENT WARNINGS:Body Horror, Gore, Head Trauma, Profanity, Self-Harm, Suicide, Trauma, ViolencePlayer CharactersRina Haenze as Keeper of Arcane LoreChuck Lawrence as Pastor BlakeWes Davis as Lt. NovakKat Edmonds as Dr. Jimenezcuppycup as Prof. CharlesProduction and CreativeScenario Authorship: Rina HaenzeExecutive Producer, Audio Editor, Sound Designer, Music Supervisor: cuppycupGame Rules and Setting: Call of Cthulhu 7e by Chaosium, Inc.Transcriptions: Sabrina Haenze and Sonix.aiPatreon ShoutoutAlthalos, Altheren, Anthony D., Brandon B., Caolán M., Cody N., David D., Drew M., E.M.F.D., firecop890, Heather P., Kevin M., Killius Manjaro, Lancey Pants, Matthew C., Mikah S., Rich P., Sig-Free & Roy, Tensoon's Shadow, YouHaveABuddy, Call Me Dirt, Chris B., Dan A., Dan F., Dylan M., Jeff F., Jessen, Mario S., Michael H., Nathanael C., Stephen D. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Amelia Hannah (Emmy) is a mom of three, a self-proclaimed retired influencer, owner of the interior design store @maewoven, a mental health advocate, and is currently working on a space in Salt Lake City where she can provide safe spaces for clients to explore their own mental health through gatherings, retreats, and workshops. This episode felt like coming home and putting on a blanket while you talk about the deep *ish* with your sisters who see you and love you. We talk about mental health and the journey that led Emmy to create Ona Rise, and the space she's building both with her brand and in physical form--a place where people are safe to connect, shed, and rise. You won't want to miss Emmy's advice for our listeners who are just starting to look into alternative methods of healing, like therapy, EMDR, plant medicine, meditation, yoga, and more. As usual, follow and find us at:CurrentlyUnwell.com@currentlyunwell on IG
On today's episode it's a packed house with special guests Its.Mi.Chelle with her husband Shane. We come back to the topic all couples need to hear "Creating a safe space for your partner". Some gems come through in this conversation along with some hot takes and of course plenty of laughs. So sit back relax and enjoy this great conversation with some great people.
This meditation is a safe space visualization. Here, we will go through the senses to create a space that feels safe and comforting to you. This can be a great practice for when you are navigating trauma related triggers, feeling dysregulated, or just need some grounding. I hope you enjoy! If you enjoyed today's episode, I greatly appreciate a rate and review from wherever you are listening from! This helps me to reach other listeners and grow my podcast. Thank you! Check out my links for more related content: Website: www.kaylaestenson.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/kaylaestensonwellness The Beginner's Guide to Creating Your Authentic Practice: https://www.kaylaestenson.com/the-beginners-guide-to-creating-your-authentic-practice Soothing Perfectionism Workbook: https://www.kaylaestenson.com/soothing-perfectionism-workbook
In this modern day Call of Cthulhu scenario by Rina Haenze, a doctor, a lieutenant, a pastor, and a professor attend a group therapy session to address strange and disturbing events from their recent pasts. Will the facilitator be able to help our group through their issues, or will the past be too heavy to overcome?Buy this scenario by Rina Haenze from DriveThruRPG.https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/416790/Safe-Space**Add our Patreon Feed to your Podcast App**https://open.acast.com/public/patreon/fanSubscribe/3607115This series is not suitable for listeners under the age of 18 and may contain material some people find disturbing.CONTENT WARNINGS:Body Horror, Gore, Head Trauma, Profanity, Self-Harm, Suicide, Trauma, ViolencePlayer CharactersRina Haenze as Keeper of Arcane LoreChuck Lawrence as Pastor BlakeWes Davis as Lt. NovakKat Edmonds as Dr. Jimenezcuppycup as Prof. CharlesProduction and CreativeScenario Authorship: Rina HaenzeExecutive Producer, Audio Editor, Sound Designer, Music Supervisor: cuppycupGame Rules and Setting: Call of Cthulhu 7e by Chaosium, Inc.Transcriptions: Sabrina Haenze and Sonix.aiPatreon ShoutoutAlthalos, Altheren, Anthony D., Brandon B., Caolán M., Cody N., David D., Drew M., E.M.F.D., firecop890, Heather P., Kevin M., Killius Manjaro, Lancey Pants, Matthew C., Mikah S., Rich P., Sig-Free & Roy, Tensoon's Shadow, YouHaveABuddy, Call Me Dirt, Chris B., Dan A., Dan F., Dylan M., Jeff F., Jessen, Mario S., Michael H., Nathanael C., Stephen D. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In today's conversation I am joined by nondiet dietitian Emily Hahn, founder of the group practice We All Eat Nutrition Therapy. She specializes in working with people in recovery from disordered eating, eating disorders, Intuitive Eating work, and with the Houston Ballet Academy doing sports nutrition. During the episode, Emily shares her thoughts on how the media impacts body standards, the power of keeping a clean and safe feed, and the pressure to bounce back post-partum. In this episode, we cover: Emily shares more about herself and her work [1:36] The impact of media on the ideal body standard [4:51] Creating a safe space for yourself on social media [10:23] Body-positive children's books and other things we learn in childhood [17:17] Bounce back culture and pregnancy [21:02] Connect with Emily: Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/emilyhahnrd/ https://www.instagram.com/wealleatnutrition/ Website: https://wealleatnutrition.com/ LINKS: Free Call with Dylan Follow Dylan on IG Follow FMN on IG
Emma Bates is the founder of Diem, a social media platform for women and non-binary individuals. She has some great tips for launching a business, growing a business and also what we can all do to be more inclusive irl and online. Follow me on TikTok and Instagram for the best clips. And click here to download my free eBook with the best quotes from all of my interviews. And always check out my YouTube channel, with all of my 100+ interviews.
Is there such a thing as the perfectly set up tray? One that protects your instruments, makes the OR jump for joy, and above all, keeps the patients we care for as safe as possible? This week on Season 18 “Investing in Instrument Safety” which is focused on getting our team the time, money, and support we need to protect our surgical inventory we meet with Nicholas Day, Manager of Central Sterile Processing at University Hospitals to discuss how instrument tray set up can be a key factor in your team's success. In this episode, Nicholas outlines what true collaboration with the operating room looks like and shares his process for achieving count sheet excellence. If tray standardization, set consistency, and instrument damage are part of your department's focus this year, this is the episode for you! Join us as we discuss the tools, techniques, and tracking system hacks that will give your instruments, and patients, that next level of protection. Season 18 episodes are individually approved for 1 CE, so once you finish this interview, you can download your CE certificate immediately by passing the short quiz linked below each week. For access to this CE quiz and over 300 other free CE credits, visit our CE Credit Hub: http://www.beyondclean.net/ce-credit-hub
Episode 59 Guest: Turquoise Skye Devereaux, MSW Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW www.dointhework.com Listen/Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify Follow on Twitter & Instagram, Like on Facebook Join the mailing list Support the podcast Download transcript We are now offering our Racial Justice & Liberatory Practice Continuing Education Series at Columbia University, Michigan State University, and the University of Houston. Join us! Thank you to this episode's sponsor! The University of Houston has a phenomenal social work program that offers face-to-face master's and doctorate degrees, as well as an online and hybrid MSW. They offer one of the country's only Political Social Work programs and an Abolitionist Focused Learning Opportunity. Located in the heart of Houston, the program is guided by their bold vision to achieve social, racial, economic, and political justice, local to global. In the classroom and through research, they are committed to challenging systems and reimagining ways to achieve justice and liberation. Go to http://www.uh.edu/socialwork to learn more. In this episode, I talk with Turquoise Skye Devereaux, a member of the Salish and Blackfeet Tribes of Montana, owner of the consulting company Indigenous Skye, LLC, where she does a range of trainings, workshops, and speaking focused on creating culturally safe spaces for Indigenous populations as well as work with Indigenous youth and tribal communities. She also works in higher education in retention of Native students and is a PhD student in the School of Social Work at Arizona State University. Turquoise talks about colonial systems and the four stages of colonization, as well as systemic racism and oppression, and specific ways education and social work have caused–and continue to cause–harm to Indigenous Peoples and other marginalized groups. We get into how cultural competency is a myth based in a Westernized, colonial mentality, and how it does more harm than good. Turquoise explains differences between Indigenous and Westernized worldviews and ways of living. She shares ways to create cultural safe spaces for Indigenous populations, providing examples from her own life, as well as interviews she has done with Indigenous students, in terms of ways they did not feel included in school systems, and how professors, administrators, and staff made a difference–and can make a difference–in creating safety, equity, and inclusion. I hope this conversation inspires you to action. Instagram: indigenous.cc & cahokiaphx LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/turquoisedevereaux Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A transgender teacher in Maryland is fired after disturbing video surfaces from inside the LGBTQ safe space that the teacher controlled inside the school. ✍️Leave Us A Message: StayEducated.org
With LAY-Z-BOY Watch on NFLUK YouTube Is Patrick Mahomes the best Quarterback in the NFL? Who are the best bet for the Super Bowl right now? How many countries can Osi vote in? These questions are asked, and partially answered on the Jason & Osi Podcast. UPRISE Clips @NFLUK A Shooting Shark Production for the NFL
Season 6 Premiere November 6 Lessons with Lee Back to School Edition: Learn how Lee kicks off 2nd grade while also explaining why she is "Not" a scientist. Kids really say the darndest thing. This week's intro track is featured by Thyn Lyne entitled Exhale. Go to Aghumad to learn more!
John, Renaldo and Ricardo are back in studio. They (mildly) celebrate the birthday of the Karate Kid, the best McConaughey, PJ Walker's emergence, Dolphin legitimacy, home underdogs and of course…their picks.
Veterinarians are animal lovers, and many expect their career to be all about spending quality time with animals. Reality is a little different, though. First, veterinary school is hard. It's also expensive. When vets graduate, their starting yearly salary might be half of their debt burden. Practicing animal medicine is an emotional roller coaster, and every day features new and more loop-the-loops. Over the course of a single workday, a general practice veterinarian goes from handling a playful kitten to helping someone understand their pet is dying. This daily fluctuation in emotional tone is sometimes called the killing-caring paradox. It can take a heavy toll on caregivers. And now things are changing. Pet health providers have responded to pet parents viewing their dogs and cats as family members. The medicine is better, the vet practice is safer, and the stakes are even higher than they have been. Where does that leave the veterinarians? On today's show, we discuss changes in veterinary medicine, and how to improve wellness for those who care for our pets. George Melillo is the CEO and founder of a chain of veterinary hospitals called Heart + Paw. In his hospitals, the veterinarian's mental well-being is the priority … with the aim of improving pet care, as well. George Melillo's innovations may seem simple, but they could be seen as revolutionary. Aiming to reduce stress in an incredibly stressful profession, he gives veterinarians more autonomy when it comes to scheduling and includes pet parents are included in all aspects of care. Join us as Dr. Melillo explains why his business approach will help animals and veterinarians alike. Episode Links Heart + Paw Chapters [00:00:00] Teaser [00:00:14] Introduction [00:01:41] Introducing George Melillo [00:03:54] The Challenging Career of Veterinary Professionals [00:06:04] High Rates of Veterinarian Suicide [00:07:15] Creating a Safe Space for Veterinarians [00:13:47] Changes in the Vet Industry [00:16:33] Changes in the Industry as a Result of COVID [00:22:55] Heart + Paw [00:24:57] Giving Advice to your Past Self [00:26:17] Outro About Dog Podcast Network (DPN) DPN is the first of its kind. A podcasting network as devoted to dogs, as they are to us. Our mission is simple: entertain, inspire and inform. We will improve the quality of life for dogs and the people who love them. Check out Dog Podcast Network for other dog-adjacent shows: Dog Edition: our flagship show where a global team of dog-obsessed journalists and storytellers feature news, in-depth reporting, analysis, features, and interview segments Dog Cancer Answers: which offers vetted advice from real veterinarians who answer your questions about dog cancer Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Kearney Lake Masjid hosted a community conversation in October to help build safe spaces for Muslim women and Girls. The conversation was the first in a series planned in collaboration with the Halifax Regional Municipality to help address Islamophobia. Muna Saadi, a volunteer with the Nova Scotia Islamic Community Centre spoke to Jeff about the initiative.
11-04-2022 | From Andrea Mitchell to David Axelrod to The Bulwark, it's "both sides do it!" in the face of a violent attack on the Pelosi's. Really. More at http://proleftpod.comSupport the show:PayPal | https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/proleftpodcastPatreon | https://www.patreon.com/proleftpodYouTube Ep 674 | https://youtu.be/lV4WKavYkgA#CornfieldResistance, #BothSidesDont, #TheLeftRemembers, #BurnTheLifeboats, politics, progressive, media, Joe Biden, Democratic Congress, Democratic Senate, Democratic White HouseSupport the show
This week, we're sitting down with Dr. James Satriano to talk about de-escalation strategies and creating safe spaces for service delivery. --Help us track the number of listeners our episode gets by filling out this brief form! (https://www.e2NECA.org/?r=AHL4177)
A recent poll found that up to 20% of Generation Z identifies as part of the LQBTQ+ community. Justin and Lance discuss the three main ways people are interpreting this statistic and also weigh in with their own experiences. tags: tsou, justin weller, lance jackson, lgbtq, gen z, sexuality, gender identity, transgender, pride, gay, lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, children, adult, development, acceptance
Today Rhee and Stacey discuss many of the hot topics facing dance studio owners in 2022, including costuming, appropriate communication and ways in which to make all dancers feel comfortable in your studio. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Becky, Latifah, Ashley, Steve, and Luke talk about what it means to be a friend, ally, advocate, and safe space to the LGBTQIA+ community, (even if they've failed to be in the past).LINKSBe sure to follow and tag Fun Parts on Facebook and Instagram!Learn more about Becky Patton at beckypatton.comHear Latifah's music at pagecxvi.com, modaspira.comConnect with Ashley at jesusandgin.comBuy Steve's books and hear his podcast at stevewiens.comHear Luke's music at lukebrawner.comAnd hear more Milieu Media Group podcasts at milieumedia.comBECOME A PATRONThis show is made possible by patrons like Becky & Jim Brawner and Candice & Marc Robinson. Join the neighborhood we're building and receive bonus content from this and other Milieu Media Group shows for as little as $1 a month on Patreon! EPISODE CREDITS:Produced, edited and mixed by Luke BrawnerArtwork designed by Alan LeusinkSegment jingles composed and produced by Latifah AlattasAdditional music licensed through Blue Dot Sessions© 2020-2022 Milieu Media Group, LLC
"Be yourself." It's what we're all taught from an early age. When you get a little older you find out the world around you doesn't make that so easy. Taboos are stubborn. And even as we get more comfortable talking about sensitive or personal subjects — it can feel daunting to open up. That's where the idea of “safe space” comes in. It's maybe a more common practice in psychotherapy and counseling. But it's emerging in public spaces too. And just in time. The world isn't getting less complicated. And it can be confusing, particularly around questions of sex, sexuality and sexual health. All the more so for kids. In Lafayette, there's a safe space to get answers about all that. It's called Safe Havynn. Courtney Celestine is Safe Havynn's marketing director. The idea behind Safe Havynn is to give teens a place where they can talk about sex. The bedrock principle here is whether we like it or not, kids are learning about sex and acting on it. The data doesn't lie. Louisiana ranks among the highest in the nation for rates of teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. It's not easy to talk about sex, especially with adults. So Safe Havynn creates a space where kids can ask questions without the weight of moralizing. Safe Havynn is a nonprofit and is funded by grants. Outside of its space in Downtown Lafayette, Safe Havynn works with schools and local courts. It's still hard to talk about sex. And it's still very hard to talk about mental health. We're getting better at it, but we've got a long way to go. Far too many people struggling with debilitating mental health problems often wind up isolated. Here's the problem: Isolation is about the worst thing that can happen to them. Enter Focus Clubhouse. The program at Focus Clubhouse creates a working environment for folks with mental health problems to develop real-world skills and stay connected. Clubhouse members operate the clubhouse itself, helping with everything from cooking and cleaning, to outreach, intake and fundraising. The program is totally voluntary. It gives people a place to go, where they can be understood — and valued. Lafayette's Focus Clubhouse chapter was started by Clarice Gallegos and her son Brian. Brian stabilized from a life in and out of homelessness by attending a Clubhouse in Florida. The Lafayette chapter has grown since 2020 to include 55 members. Out to Lunch Acadiana is recorded live over lunch at Tula Tacos and Amigos in downtown Lafayette. You can find photos from this show by Astor Morgan at itsacadiana.com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
E65: On Creating Safe Spaces To have healthy communication, you must establish a safe space. What happens when you don't know HOW to establish a safe space? In this episode of The Loveish Podcast, Dr. Seida Hood, Vision Architect & Licensed Therapist discusses the importance of establishing a safe space for communication and ways to accomplish this. Episode Transcript: https://www.loveishpod.com/tlpb (Catch the latest episode transcript!) Resources: https://www.seidahood.com/programs (Digital Copy: 20 Days to Better Relationships) https://www.amazon.com/20-Days-Better-Relationships-WORKBOOK/dp/1532876297 (Physical Copy [Amazon]) https://www.seidahood.com/jmw (Journaling Workshop) https://my.captivate.fm/bit.ly/activateyourinfluence (Activate Your Influence!) https://my.captivate.fm/thepinkemerald.com/app (The Confident Bae App)
Are You Wearing Your Trauma Backpack? This week on The Search For Serotonin podcast, I go deep into my therapy session about the unresolved trauma that I've been carrying around. I started my session trying to resolve a minor miscommunication, and somehow ended up being smacked in the face with the root of all of my issues. Join me as I dive into the weight of my trauma, and the fear, anger, guilt, and shame that comes with it. I also share an eye opening conversation that I had with my mom this week about her own trauma, and the one thing that no one, not even trauma, can take away from you. Listen now to hear the details! We Discuss: Sharing My Favorite Songs From Taylor Swift's Midnight Album The Luxury That Is Therapy The Resource Everyone Can Access The Lack Of Support And Resources What Comes Up In Therapy When You Have Nothing To Talk About Distracting From Vulnerability Fear Manifesting As Anger & Control Carrying Around Your Trauma Backpack Not Speaking Up Setting Down The Backpack Natural Ways To Boost Serotonin In Your Life Be Sure To Follow: @carolyn_ferrick: https://www.instagram.com/carolyn_ferrick/ @thesearchforserotonin: https://www.instagram.com/thesearchforserotonin/ The Search For Serotonin Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/show/3H0DlfJIf8ggEpsVI5CEwO Download: FREE 5 Day Gratitude Digital Journal: https://colossal-motivator-5973.ck.page/f366ccf61c FREE Serotonin Boost Checklist: https://colossal-motivator-5973.ck.page/5b67684be6 Mental Health Resources: Suicide And Crisis Lifeline: Call OR Text 988 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's National Hotline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357) Crisis Text Line: Text “HELLO” to 741741 National Institute of Mental Health's Lifeline Chat The Trevor Project | 24/7 Crisis Support Services For LGBTQIA+: https://www.thetrevorproject.org/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thesearchforserotonin/support
The reality tv hot topics this week were… SCALDING! PIPING! SEARING! And I needed to break them down with someone that I consider my absolute SAFE SPACE! My podcast cousin Kaya (one-half of the Bravo While Black podcast) is here to break down her Bravo Con experience, break down Lisa Rinna's alleged Twitter burner account (once again, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in the news for EVERYTHING EXCEPT THE SHOW), dissect Eboni K. Williams pulling out the HR receipts on Ramona Singer (not all of this because of the Real Housewives of New York reboot), offer perspective on “DM Gate” with Gizelle/Chris/Candiace over on the Real Housewives of Potomac, give our final thoughts on this amazing season of Married to Medicine, and even set up our expectations of the House of the Dragon finale. CHECK IT OUT!Bravo While Black's Instagram: www.instagram.com/bravowhileblackBravo While Black's podcast (Apple): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bravo-while-black/id1522055902Bravo While Black's podcast (Spotify): https://open.spotify.com/show/1bJq4jmXxPTgDjZ0Uq166DBravo While Black's Patreon: www.patreon.com/bravowhileblack*** HEY! Some of you have asked how you can show your appreciation for all of the content provided by your mama's favorite Black geek. How about you buy me a beer/coffee? FOLLOW THE BELOW LINK: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/realitycomics2 ***Are you a Big Brother fan? Check out my other podcast called Big Brother Breakfast Club, where we've had great guests like The Cookout alliance's Hannah, Derek F. and Kyland of BB23.https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/big-brother-breakfast-club/id1581821551https://open.spotify.com/show/5hFyddPtwrtSFi5pEbdWaxDON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE, RATE, AND REVIEW! I LOVE 5 STARS!EMAIL ME: email@example.comFOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM: @realitycomicstoo / www.instagram.com/realitycomicstoo
How have you evolved over the last few months? In this episode, Nick and Ray discuss the evolution Balance Period has made as an organization over the past couple of months. They shared what influenced the front-facing changes to how Balance Period is being branded and how the B.A.L.A.N.C.E. Blueprint was created as a tool to make generational wellness accessible to everyone. They also offer insight into how Balance Period will leverage partnerships to empower the Black community to create generational wellness, one healthy habit at a time. Here's what you can expect from this episode: Mindful Moment - Pause, observe 2 rounds of Balance Breathing and intentionally relax your mind and body Increasing Accessibility - Nick and Ray share what Balance Period is doing to contribute to making generational wellness accessible to everyone Safe Space to Share - Submit questions or suggestions for what you want to hear on the Balance Period Podcast for the remainder of 2022 [firstname.lastname@example.org] Wellness Check-In - Nick and Ray share the areas of their wellness they are focused on and how that has evolved over the last couple of months Questions? Comments? Feedback? Send it to email@example.com Let's listen, learn, and grow together! Balance Period Resources: Support Balance Period on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/balanceperiod See our Products/Services: https://shop.balanceperiod.com/ Sustainable Self-Care System Discounts: shorturl.at/lpsMV Generational Wellness Creators Community: shorturl.at/akorQ Join our Email List: https://balance-period.ck.page/a5703dcd32 Download our Free Energy Management Guide: https://balance-period.ck.page/742a74403a Access more resources: https://linktr.ee/balanceperiod --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
AS A MAN, DO YOU HAVE A SAFE SPACE? This episode highlights mental health in black men and in black communities. Men are very good at hiding how they feel, so it is up to us to build that safe space for them to connect and express themselves. This podcast supports safe spaces for men.
Have you ever wanted to get your kid to open up about how their feeling, but they shut you out instead? If so, this is the episode for you. I break down a step-by-step process that you can immediately begin using to create a safe space for your kid to talk about their feelings and why this matters more than anything. Here is the blog post I read: https://www.zamio.co/post/how-to-create-a-safe-space-for-your-kids-to-talk-about-their-feelings Tap here to learn how we partner with parents to raise confident, resilient and emotionally intelligent children: www.zamio.live
Join Amie who is with therapist Kimberly Day as Kim announces the launch of her new website SAFE SPACE for those who are experiencing destructive elements in their relationships. It can be overwhelming to start learning about what's actually been going on in your relationship and when it's been destructive and down right abusive there can also be a lot of shame, which can keep many form getting help and talking about it. Kim Day has created a SAFE SPACE for women to come and explore the different dynamics they are experiencing in the relationship. Worksheets, videos, community, podcast, free office and opportunities to get regular help are all available and so much more! Even if you don't think you are experiencing this in your relationship this is a great episode to share because someone you know is nad most liely feels alone and doesn't know where to go to receive accurate information safely. Check out onesafespace.com today and remember OCTOBER 24th is the official lunch day Ongoing Courses: Am I In An Abusive Relationship? - Free, self-paced workshop to help you identify key red flags that might be showing up in your relationship. Road To Recovery - Join Luke and Alana Gordon, Founders of Choose Recovery Services and Program Directors for the Men of Moroni and The Worth Group for a free monthly couples webinar. Navigating the relational aspects on the road to recovery can be complex and confusing. Choose 180 Male Support Group - Led by Luke Gordon In 180 we help men move through the pains of addiction, relationship healing, managing emotions, and moving past shame. You'll learn how to better connect with other men, understand your own emotional experience, and build a deep self respect. Did you miss the FREE BODY LOVE class? no worries you can get the recording HERE Upcoming Events: Believing In You- Group Coaching Program - GET YOUR SPOT FOR NEXT ROUND IN JANUARY!! Take your healing to the NEXT LEVEL in Amie's group coaching program where you will gain more awareness that will help you heal in ways you didn't even know you needed. For more information on what this class entails click the link to find out more. Should I Stay or Should I Go - Held on the FIRST THURSDAY of every month. Come join this FREE group coaching with Amie for those who are feeling stuck in making a decision around their marriage. Come and get coached in a safe space to help you shift through not so helpful thoughts that are keeping you stuck **Follow Amie and Alana on social media for daily content and messages of healing and recovery.
Is our mighty military becoming an all inclusive club? A story about Airborne School and my horrific first jump with my unit (cherry blast) and more. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rationalrage/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rationalrage/support
This week we welcome writer, filmmaker,and Black Studies PhD student at Northwestern University, Charlene A. Carruthers. Charlene is the creator of the short film "The Funnel" a short film about Black queer love and ancestral power. We get to discuss Charlene's recent marriage, coming out story, Chicago life and the behind the scenes insight of creating "The Funnel". Shoutouts:Shana: NGFFL - National Gay Flag Football League - Since 2002, the NGFFL has empowered thousands of LGBTQ athletes and allies through on and off the field engagement. Follow at @NGFFL Shelli: I would like to shout out the one and only Audra Vidal who is my hairstylist here in Chicago. They have a Blind Tiger Salon that you should checkout. They are @audravidal on Instagram and they are stunning, fun, talented and incredible and your friendly Black, Queer babe of a neighborhood stylist. Charlene: The entire cast and crew of The Funnel Film. Follow @thefunnelfilm and @charlenecarruthers Bad Queers is co-hosted by:Shana Sumers: @shanahasagramKris Chesson: @kris.chessLet's keep in touch:Email us for advice at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM on InstagramFollow us @badqueerspod on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram & Tik TokLove our soundtrack? Check out Siena Liggins: @sienaliggins
Getting outside to watch the birds is a great way to slow down and relax in nature. But birding groups haven't always been an inclusive space. On today's pod, we talk about one effort to change that and create a welcoming space for BIPOC birders. GUESTS: April Campbell, retired physician and founder of BIPOC Birders of Michigan Rukiya Colvin, Detroit-based freelance writer who profiled Campbell for Planet Detroit Looking for more conversations from Stateside? Right this way. If you like what you hear on the pod, consider supporting our work. Music in this episode by Blue Dot Sessions.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's episode Olivia Thompson the Director of Marketing at Sesh @seshgroups makes an appearance to discuss: - How Sesh will impact the mental health field - Safe Space vs. Brave Space - The power of conversations - Supplemental Mental Health services - Making mental health care accessible and affordable. - Plus More! Connect with the Guest: https://www.linkedin.com/company/seshgroups/ https://mobile.twitter.com/seshgroups https://www.facebook.com/seshgroups https://www.instagram.com/seshgroups/ Donation Links: Cash App: https://cash.me/$reginaldahoward PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/reginaldahoward Venmo: https://venmo.com/code?user_id=2257690160005120382 Thank you for tuning into the Black Mental Health Podcast. The love and support for the weekly mental health discussions within the black community is definitely appreciated. This platform will continue to provide conversations spanning from stress, suicide, anxiety, depression and a host of other topics. For more information please checkout reginaldahoward.com If you haven't done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcasts by clicking on the link below. It will help this platform to keep delivering life-changing information for you every week! Make sure you grab your copy of Reg's new book Suffering into Success: https://reginaldahoward.com Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/black-mental-health-podcast/id1394583671?mt=2 Click here to subscribe via YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1RoRdLUiPeh7Yr26MC113g Click here to subscribe via Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/464IOIGOsIUZPDV7ani1VB?si=5x4fYA3IQya5a6nnCpnnTg Click here to subscribe via iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-Black-Mental-Health-29945336 Click here to subscribe via Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/m/Intpgdsif3iub4vdq7ndjkbecxi?t=Black_Mental_Health_Podcast Click here to subscribe via Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=215605 Need help gaining your legendary life? Checkout Reg's Mental Clarity Coaching: https://reginaldahoward.com/coaching/ Follow Reginald A. Howard on Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/reginaldahoward/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reginaldahoward/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ReginaldAHoward LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/reginaldahoward Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@reginaldahoward Looking to start the conversation about Mental Health in your school, business or organization? Bring Reg in to come speak. For more information: https://reginaldahoward.com/speaking/ Reginald A. Howard understands people. His life purpose is to help others by using his natural ability to relate with anyone. His platforms are dedicated to the advancement of society by problem solving through communication. He plans to be the bridge that brings the world closer together because most problems in the world stem from lack of communication. He doesn't care who you are and what you look like he's here to help.
Societal norms condition us to fear death and avoid grief, but local groups like the STL Death Cafe and St. Louis' first End of Life Festival encourage people to lean into such topics. The host of STL Death Cafe, Tracy Gomillion, and grief educator Eileen Wolfington talk about destigmatizing the taboo of talking about death, dying and grief.
Jeanie Buss said she doesn't know why people are so concerned with her inner circle and Sedano and Kap explain why they think everyone is interested in it - and disagree with the notion that it has anything to do with her being a female. Sean McVay responded to Odell Beckham Jr's comment, and the guys react to what he said and the report about how much money Odell is reportedly looking for. Is he delusional? The crew plays a game of Big Deal - Or No Deal? They talk about Bob Costas calling MLB playoff games and Lindsey asks Sedano if he would ever want to call baseball. He thinks it's the hardest sport to call. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's an odd week, so this Thursday episode is a bit of a mash-up, hitting both the schedule for the week while also getting out on an #FBF segment focused on past hollering about the Official World Golf Rankings, which finds itself again in the crosshairs of some hollering. Andy and Brendan begin with the schedule, which provokes an absolutely preposterous Jordan Spieth take. Unsubstantiated rumor Friday is an amusing one that focuses on some potential Dallas-area drama. Then it's on to the LIV stunt forming a “strategic alliance” with the MENA Tour and spiking the football that they would be immediately getting OWGR points this week because of it. Precision Pro FBF looks back at a past OWGR controversy, when the majors started giving out exemptions based off the rankings and everyone seemed to hate the system for one reason or another, including Zinger, whose Op-Ed on it is read aloud to cap off the week.
In September 2021, a group of female minority students at Arizona State University confronted two white male students who were studying in the library's multicultural center.The women were upset with what they saw as blatant antagonism: One of the men sported a “Didn't Vote for Biden” shirt, the other had a “Police Lives Matter” laptop sticker. The women felt they had chosen the multicultural center in order to rile them. A heated row between both parties erupted, a video of which quickly went viral, threatening to upend the lives of all involved.For The New York Times, Sarah Viren, a journalist and essayist, explored the incident in the context of “the widening gyre of the culture wars.” The row at Arizona State was, she explained, “a symbolic fight,” one that raised questions of “wokeism” and “free speech,” the perils of viral videos, and the purpose of “safe spaces.”“It was a brief drama that was also a metaphor,” Ms. Viren wrote. “But watching and rewatching that drama unfold from my computer, I kept asking myself: a metaphor for what?”This story was written by Sarah Viren and recorded by Audm. To hear more audio stories from publications like The New York Times, download Audm for iPhone or Android.